San Francisco Law Firm & Office
Located in the city’s South Financial District, Alston & Bird’s San Francisco office brings together a group of comprehensive legal practices spanning a broad range of high-stakes matters across a number of industries. The industries we serve include financial services, insurance, banking, technology, health care, pharmaceutical, food products, manufacturing, oil and gas, marketing, retail, securities, and telecommunications.
Our main practice areas in San Francisco include: antitrust and competition; appellate; class actions; employment; environmental and land use; financial services and regulatory; intellectual property; international arbitration and dispute resolution; investigations, government enforcement and white collar; privacy and cybersecurity; product liability and mass torts; securities; trade secrets; and state and local tax.
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